Five Ten Anasazi Lace-Up

3 reviews
5-star:   2
4-star:   1
3-star:   0
2-star:   0
1-star:   0

Reviews

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I have the old pink version. Extremely precise shoe…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars

I have the old pink version.

Extremely precise shoe with very sticky rubber. Excels on very small footholds but not only.

They are not comfortable, so shouldn't be normally used in multi-pitch routes. I have 1/2 size down compared to street size.

I find these shoes superior to other models I tried. So I imagine the current Anasazi Blanco is only better than the pink one. Maybe improved on the comfort side also.

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This shoe is the ferrari of 5.10. Along with the Anasazi…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Materials: Stealth C4 rubber, lined leather
Use: excells at hard, steep terrain
Break-in Period: 2 routes
Price Paid: $135

This shoe is the ferrari of 5.10. Along with the Anasazi velcro version, these two shoes dominate in terms of precision. I prefer the lace-up as it stays on my foot better when heel hooking. The lined leather insures minimum stretch, and the toebox is very aggressive, though not downturned. Combined with stealth rubber, these shoes are about as high performance as shoes get.

Size down 1/2 - 1 full size for a tight, bouldery fit. I have used two pairs so far, the same size as my street shoe (10.5) and find them very precise, yet comfortable enough for a few pitches in a row or a lengthy bouldering session. They are excellent in cracks as well, but not if your toes are curled and squished! Entirely worth the price.

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This is an excellent shoe, but is not suggested for…

Rating: rated 4 of 5 stars
Use: short or long climbs and bouldering (no hiking!)
Break-in Period: Several weeks - dependent on how often you climb.
Weight: Unsure - VERY light, comparatively
Price Paid: $72.18

This is an excellent shoe, but is not suggested for beginners. I have had this shoe a bit now and know, and know: they hurt. I wear a size 10.5 street shoe, and I have these in 9.5, so that of course factors in, but regardless... The shoe is very good for heel hooking, smearing, anything you could imagine, but by the end of the climb you will be desperately trying to unlace them. If you simply unlace them, with half of your foot in, it is still a very good shoe, and equivalent to a beginner's shoe perhaps.

Overall, the shoe is a very good one; however, the downside is the pain.

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Five Ten Anasazi Lace-up Climbing Shoe handles dime edges and technical climbs with powerful precision, and its pink color lets you send in style. Five Ten made this Anasazi's upper out of Cowdura to fit your foot like a glove, and the synthetic midsole reduces stretching for excellent longevity. Super hard Stealth C4 rubber sticks to imaginary edges so you can smear up nubbins without a problem, and its strength means you won't have to get a resole for a long time. Five Ten also updated this shoe with a rubber toe rand for an increased lifetime and a narrower heel to fit the female foot better. Its flat profile makes this shoe perfect for vertical and very technical routes.

- Backcountry.com

Free Shipping. Five Ten Men's Anasazi Lace Up Climbing Shoe FEATURES of the Five Ten Men's Anasazi Lace Up Climbing Shoe Stealth C4 toe rand New heel construction Lined Cowdura synthetic upper that fits like a glove Familiar, secure and reliable fit, climb after climb SPECIFICATIONS of the Five Ten Men's Anasazi Lace Up Climbing Shoe Weight: 7.9 oz / 224 g Upper Material: Synthetic Midsole: Synthetic Closure: Laces

- Moosejaw

The classic shoe is now even better STEALTH C4 toe rand new heel construction and a lined Cowdura synthetic upper that fits like a glove all provide the familiar secure and reliable fit climb after climbCowdura synthetic upper

- Bentgate.com

A great choice for any climber, the Five Ten Anasazi Lace-Up is loaded with features to provide a secure and reliable fit, climb after climb.

- EMS